Question: x in terms of y

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An alternative approach, is to recognize that Y+ the third angle= 180°. or third angle= 180-Y
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Perfect - nice work!

Can we apply the exterior angle theorem here?
Exterior angle equals to the sum of 2 opposite angles. Here y = x +22
Therefore x = y-22
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y = x+22, so x = y-22, must be a 300 one
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